A1 - Freeform (Clubmix)
A2 - Loots For A (Clubmix)
B - Loots For A (Esomix)
DJ Central coming in super hot for the inaugural release of Esoteric Exports. The man of many aliases and releases provides something a little lush, a little light hearted and a whole lotta good. Rather than waste time reading about it, just listen. Here’s DJ Central proving once again that he’s the man for perfectly layered and arranged sounds.
A1 - It's Just A Hobby
A2 - Possessed
A3 - She Felt Love
B1 - High
B2 - Mind Yer Head
Ingleton Falls are Andy Hannam Seymour and Andy Eardley from Tyne and Wear in Newcastle. Having come from a more traditional band background originally, Ingleton Falls was their electronic project and the result of a love of acts like Dub Syndicate, African Headcharge, Gary Clail, The Orb and The KLF.
A1 - Luna's Groove
A2 - Luna's Groove (Freekwency's Astral Mix)
B1 - Midnight Run
B2 - Korea Town
his is Ollie and Benny’s second meeting, the first being Freekwency’s “Flip The Coin” on Voyeurhythm. Recorded in 2011, their collaboration fuelled a simmering Boogie revival and remains in high demand alongside similar transmissions from Tom Noble, Psychic Mirrors and PPU. Since then, Olmos’ evolution has scored him some deserved points of his own - “Luna’s Groove” however, may have just hit the bulls-eye.
A1 - Innermost Search
A2 - Innermost Search (Basic Soul Unit Remix)
B1 - Adrifting Voyage
B2 - Adrifting Voyage (Daniela La Luz Remix)
Australia’s Nightime Drama welcome Steven Tang and label associate Trinity for a new collaborative EP that comes with two originals and remixes by Basic Soul Unit and Daniela La Luz.
A - Anambra (12' Extended Mix)
B1 - Anambra (Edited Version)
B2 - Anambra River
Isle Of Jura go back to 1976 to resurrect ‘Anambra’, the jewel in the crown of Dub, Soul & Funk outfit Ozo. ‘Anambra’ is something of a classic, a unique song that’s slow, ritualistic and spiritual, mixing African & Nyabinghi drumming with a Buddhist Sanskrit mantra ‘Om Mani Padme Hum’. An alternate version ‘Anambra River’ appears for the first time on the same 12”
A1 - Someone Is Talkin' & Shoutin'
A2 - You Gotta Keep On Luvin' Me (Hot Extended Re-Mix Version)
A3 - Just U And Me
B1 - You Gotta Keep On Luvin' Me (Instrumental Hot Re-Mix)
B2 - Don't Give Up Ya Luv (Extended Hot Re-mix)
B3 - Don't Give Up Ya Luv (Instrumental Hot Re-mix)
Nigeria’s Kingsley Bucknor’s ‘Just U and Me’ LP gets the long-awaited reissue treatment from Melbourne’s Left Ear Records. After cutting his teeth playing with Fela in the 70’s and releasing two afrobeat LP’s Kingsley travelled the globe before finding himself in London, it’s here that he laid down 6 distinctive electro-funk tunes inspired by African rhythms and music he’d heard through his travels in the States and in Europe. Originally issued on Kinglsley’s own KAB records in ’85 and according to Kingsley the release was well received at the time, but due to constraints of international marketing the record remained mostly unknown outside of his homeland. Fast-forward to 2017 and the stage is set for a new global audience to appreciate the distinct sound of KB.
A1 - By Any Means Necessary
A2 - Rain Forest
A3 - Reach For The Stars
A4 - Work-A-Day-World
A5 - Industrial Revolution
B1 - Invasion
B2 - Drive It Home
B3 - Just Pump It
Left Ear are re-introducing another ten lost tracks from Nicholas Georgieff and Virgil Work, St Louis' basement electronics duo Workdub. .The release spans material from 1989-95 and includes recordings from their sole LP and both cassette albums. Workdub’s music hardly fits into a vacuum and some might even say it’s otherworldly. Tracks like “Reach for the Stars” and “Lunar Module” reflect dreams of space-age exploration, all the while their investigation into drum machines, synthesizers, samples and digital fx’s matched with their organic live instrumentation work to create a unique atmospheric dubbed out sound.